Galaga_Mike Posted November 13, 2015 Report Share Posted November 13, 2015 Building my 5th or 6th guitar, and I have the truss slot cut on my neck ready to glue on the fret board. I happened to put the neck board down on my tablesaw and noticed that there is a twist. One corner of the wood is lifted by about 1/4"-3/8". I don't have a very good planer, so should I: A. Ignore the twist. It's small enough that it won't matter. B. Try to twist it straight (I clamped it to the flat table overnight while I think about options). C. Plane it straight with my router sled setup. Not sure how accurate this will be. D. Trash it, cut my losses, and get a straight piece of wood. FYI, it's a bolt on neck so I could recover later, but I don't want to invest time fretting and shaping the neck if it's going to be worthless. Thanks in advance for the advice. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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